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Leila Abdul Latif is an Iraqi politician who was the Minister of Labour in the Iraqi Interim Government from June 2004 to May 2005. A Shiite Arab from the Banu Tamim tribe, she is a member of the Iraqi National Accord led by Interim Prime Minister, Ayad Allawi.

She joined the Assembly of Independent Democrats led by Adnan Pachachi for the Iraqi legislative election of January 2005. Partly due to a boycott of the election by most Sunni Arabs, the list won no seats.

In May 2005 the new government of Ibrahim al-Jaafari issued arrest warrants against Abdul Latif for financial corruption and "bringing back to the government members of the former regime".[1]

In August 2006, the independent Commission for Public Integrity filed corruption charges against Abdul Latif, before releasing her on bail.[2] She was convicted of a minor offense and given a suspended sentence.[3]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Sami Azara al-Majun
Minister of Labor and Social Affairs
June 2004 - May 2005
Succeeded by
Idris Hadi

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أخبار متجددة

أخبار متجددة
Wed, 11 Feb 2015 11:18:45 -0800

ليلى عبد اللطيف 2015: برجك وحظك اليوم الخميس من ليلى عبد اللطيف Leila Abdul-Latif. المختار. أخر تحديث : الأربعاء 11 فبراير 2015 - 7:25 مساءً. ليلى عبد اللطيف 2015: برجك وحظك اليوم الخميس من ليلى عبد اللطيف Leila Abdul-. اخبار متجددة .. توقعات الفلك اليوم ...

The Daily Star

The Daily Star
Wed, 28 Aug 2013 14:08:15 -0700

Although council president Abdel-Hadi Mahfouz did not mention any of the many popular television and radio psychics by name, his plea came just days after Leila Abdul-Latif on LBCI warned of violence, including more car bombs targeting specific areas, ...
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